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[archive] Acushare under SCO Unix user list

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I just recently noticed that acushare is now listing terminal ID's rather than user names under SCO Unix. I have users that log in multiple times from the same terminal. How is this affecting the user count?

Previously, if a user was logged in 2 times, they just had 2 processes. Now are they counted as 2 users?
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RE: [archive] Acushare under SCO Unix user list

Your observation is correct.

If they launch additional processes through the same terminal they will still be counted as a single user. This change is by design.
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RE: [archive] Acushare under SCO Unix user list

Did you mean that they will be counted as an additional user, if logged in more than once from the same physical terminal?
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